Forgotten Opera Singers

Forgotten Opera Singers

Feb 9, 2014

Cécile Eyreams (Soprano) (? 1874 - ?)

She received her education at the  in Paris Conservatoire . She made her debut in 1894 at the Paris Opera-Comique as Javotte in ''Manon'' of Massenet. She remained eight years in this opera house and then sang from 1902 to 1910 with great success at the Théâtre de la Monnaie of Brussels. Here she appeared in several premieres. During the years of the First World War she was to be found at the French province, above all at the opera houses of Lyon and Marseille. In  the 1918-20 seasons she appeared at the Grand Opéra of  Paris as Siebel in ''Faust'',  Stéphano in ''Roméo et Juliette'',  Edvige in Rossini's ''Wilhelm Tell'' and Crobyle in ''Thaïs'' of Massenet. She lived later in Paris. 

Chronology of some appearances

1894-1902 Paris Opera-Comique
1902-1910 Brussels Théâtre de la Monnaie
1918-1920 Paris Grand Opéra


G&T, Bruxelles 1905
Fille du Régiment (Donizetti): Le voilà, le voilà... Au bruit de la guerre with Belhomme 34132 8431u

APGA, Paris 1907?
Mireille (Gounod): Trahir Vincent  1770

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